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Old 24th June 2012
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Poppy seed heads in the wet.

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Re: Poppy seed heads in the wet.

All nice and sharp with nice natural colours too. I like the first one best - it has some depth and puts the seed heads in context.

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Re: Poppy seed heads in the wet.

Ah yes. Beautiful.

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Re: Poppy seed heads in the wet.

Thank you.I wouldn't be without that 50mm.
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Re: Poppy seed heads in the wet.

I like the first best, as it shows them in context. I wonder how number two would look as a square crop? I like the colour contrast in that one.

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Re: Poppy seed heads in the wet.

Very nice - sure that the cops won't be around to check out whether they are opium poppies?
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Re: Poppy seed heads in the wet.

They're all good but the first is beautifully composed.
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Re: Poppy seed heads in the wet.

Hi Andy,
No1 for me too, although the other two are interesting. Great subjects with the 50mm.
These are just starting to pop up in my garden and are always a welcome sight.
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